County planners delay decision on development


Developers are hoping to build a Casey's General Store and gas station on Lot 1 of 3 at U.S. 52 and Mt. Comfort Road. (Graphic facilitated by Brian Davis)

GREENFIELD — The Hancock County Area Plan Commission on Tuesday tabled a decision on a proposed New Palestine-area subdivision over uncertainty about its potential future uses.

Property owners Union Savings & Loan, Credo Investments LLC and Dr. Trevor Lloyd-Jones seek to create a subdivision with three lots on the northwest corner of U.S. 52 and Mt. Comfort Road just west of New Palestine.

The submitted plan would place a Casey’s General Store and gas station on lot 1 of 3.

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